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National Boys and Girls Club of America “Boys and Girls Club Week” – Teen Bon Fire

March 27 – 31, 2017

Boys & Girls Club of America is celebrating National Boys & Girls Club week!  Our festivities conclude with a teen bon fire on Friday, March 31st at The Club. The bon fire starts at 6:30 p.m. and goes until 9:30 p.m. We are encouraging all of our teens to invite a friend that is not a member. We also want to reach out to you and welcome teens from the school who are 13 and older. We will be providing food and music.

The Club also offers a punch card for $20. This offers busy teens the opportunity to pick and choose the days they want to come to The Club.  $20 gives them 10 punches/ visits.

Visit or call Elisha Valdez at (505) 3659 for more information.  The Club is a great place for teens to stay busy, get involved in community activities, make a difference, and have fun!


NMSTE New Mexico Society for Technology in Education
NMSTE (New Mexico Society for Technology in Education) with be holding the Northern New Mexico Chapter Meeting in Santa Fe on March 28th at the DeVargas Middle School Library from 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Teachers, administrators, technologists, and leaders from all NM school districts are welcome to attend.  The focus of the meeting is instructional technology. In addition to food and networking. we will have teacher and student presenters and demonstration stations. Attached is the full agenda for the chapter meeting and a flyer for the event.
Don’t forget to register. Sign up for the chapter meeting here!
Please contact Felicia Maestas ( with any questions.
If you can’t make the Santa Fe meeting, the Taos chapter meeting is happening on March 24th!  You can register for the Taos meeting here.



Santa Fe County Town Hall Meetings

Schedule of upcoming Meetings


Walk Against Drugs! Event – Hands Across Española

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Beginning at 8:30 a.m. from San Juan en route to Valdez Park for celebration of games, booths, food, drinks, popcorn, snow cones, and lots of free giveaways!

Click here for all the details!!


Fundraising at Panda! PVHS Concert Band Fundraiser!

Saturday, April 1, 2017

11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Eat at Panda Express at Paseo De Peralta & Guadalupe, 500 N. Guadalupe in Santa Fe and present this flyer!  Proceeds of your purchase will go to the Pojoaque Valley High School Concert Band.  Ordering online? Enter Code 226887 at check-out to have your purchase support our fundraising effort!  Thank you for your support!


Life Pathways Adult Education Workshops (FREE) – presented by IAIA Continuing Education

Beginning April 6, 2017 through May 11, 2017 (Every Thursday)

6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Nambe Wellness Center

Click here for all the details!!


4th Annual Family Institute

April 29, 2017

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Pojoaque Valley Middle School Auditorium.  Click here for more information!


Spring Flag Football Registration

Season starts March 20, 2017!  Click here for more information.


Intel sponsored 4th Annual Robotics Academy
  • 30 hours of PD for TEACHERS – NO experience required
  • Bring YOUR robots; Learn how to engage kids more effectively + Math-Robotics for the classroom
  • May 3, 6p – May 7, Noon in ALBUQUERQUE – ONLY 60 SEATS available
  • Speakers coming: Sandia Nat. Lab, NASA Ames Research, NM Tech, Intel
  • REGISTRATION is NOW open…   CLOSES April 14th
  • Cost: $300/person with Intel grant
  • Contact: Russ Fisher-Ives, 505.385.7109


Free Summer Camps! Pajarito Environmental Education Center at the Los Alamos Nature Center

For children entering 4th-12th grades. Please click here for more information on the specific camps.

If you would like more information or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact:

Kate Cleveland

Kate Cleveland, Summer Outdoor Adventure Programs (SOAP) Coordinator

Pajarito Environmental Education Center

(505) 662-0460 or


LANL Community Partnerships presents Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) opportunities for 2016-2017

Click here to view the list of STEM opportunities and a calendar that highlights some of the many education programs that the Laboratory supports.  LANL also offers education programs through the Bradbury Science Museum including:


Future City Competition

Future City is a cross-curricular program that lets students in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades do the things engineers do: identify problems, brainstorm ideas, design solutions, test and retest, build and then share the results.  The Future City Competition consists of five deliverables, or end products of the project. These deliverables document the team’s progress through the engineering design process and showcase the team’s city of the future. Teams are judged and scored on all deliverables.

Educators who register before May 1st will be entered into a drawing to win one of three $100 material stipends.  Click on the link for more information.


Attention All Teachers! – Northern New Mexico College

Get your TESOL or Bilingual Endorsement!

Northern New Mexico College, College of Education is offering the courses that will lead to an endorsement in TESOL and/or Bilingual Education.

Program approved by the New Mexico Public Education Department.  Click on link for more information.